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was the first d.a. to investigate are coach jerry sandusky. could there be a link between that case and his disappearance? where is this man? >> somebody knows something or aloft somebodies do. >> reporter: the case of the missing d.a. thanks for joining us. i'm lester holt in bellefonte, pennsylvania, a tiny town just a few short miles from the penn state campus. it was here in the courthouse behind me that the accusation that coach jerry sandusky sexually abused a child first came to the attention of the local district attorney. that was more than a decade ago, long before it became front page news. a few years later, that local d.a. mysteriously disappeared, a strange turn of events left people asking, is it possible there's a connection? >> reporter: the clues are tantalizing. a sporty red car. a speck of cigarette ash. a battered hard drive. >> it is a mystery. it absolutely is a mystery. >> reporter: but what do these clues say about the sudden disappearance of a district attorney who left them behind? >> it's baffling. it's confusing. and perplexing. it's all of tho
will have the very latest on that tonight that 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. jerry sandusky has posted his two hundred $50,000 bail -- his $250,000 bail. >> police led to jerry sandusky away from his home in handcuffs following new criminal charges of alleged child sexual abuse. it involves allegations by two new abusers who claim that sandusky abused them. a grand jury accuses sandusky of assaulting one of the boys in the basement of his home. the victim claims "he screamed for help knowing that sandusky's wife was upstairs, but no one ever came to help him." the coach had been free on bond following his initial arrest, charged with sexually abusing eight other children. according to testimony, sandusky met all of the victims through the second mile charity. >> if you were facing the kind of charges is facing, you would be devastated. he and his wife and his children are all devastated by this. >> his lawyer says he expects them to be out of jail on bail later today. >> the continued allegations against former penn state coach jerry sandusky has led to some backlash on our own jerry sandusky.
. >> stan stovall is my choice. >> i'm still waiting. >> 4:37. jerry sandusky arrested again. >> a standoff inside a burning home. what police are saying about >> welcome back. 41 degrees. if you're looking for the snow, no snow last night. the roads are fine. no weather problems expected today. it is a little windy. 38 degrees but it feels like it is in the 20's. mostly sunny skies today. snow showers possible in the mountains. we will come back and check the seven-day forecast. >> a very bizarre ending to a dramatic stand off in washington state. police are trying to figure rep what happened to a man who shot at police from inside his burning home. the shooting lasted for at least 90 minutes. they do not believe the man has escaped from the home but they have not found his body. jerry sandusky is behind bars this morning. he was arrested for a second time this morning on new charges of sex abuse. he met all the alleged victims through his charity. his attorney is expected to be out on bail sometime today. >> a national prayer vigil for the unemployed today. calling for extending unemploym
else? >>> the penn state scandal. jerry sandusky arrested again, handcuffed at his home, taken to jail after two more young men accuse him of sexual abuse. >>> fighting breast cancer. should women worry about the risk from cell phones, hair color, water bottles, what's in the environment. tonight we have an update on treatment and prevention of the disease. >>> and together again praps for the last time. 70 years after a day the world will never forget a dwindling group of survivors returns to pearl harbor. group of survivors returns to pearl harbor. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. we begin here tonight with a big story, but one that could not be a more personal topic, especially among parents of young teenagers. it's about plan b, sometimes called the morning after contraceptive pill, and how close this country came today to allowing it to be freely sold over-the-counter on demand without prescription. it looked like a done deal, in fact, until the obama administration today did what no administration has ever done. it overrul
to confront jerry sandusky. what happens now in the penn state sexual abuse case. >>> and home for the holidays, an early christmas today. emotional reunions for hundreds of families who have sacrificed so much for their country. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> an agency of the federal government has decided texting, e maiming or talking on a cell phone while driving a car is simply too dangerous and should be outlawed in this country. all of it by all of us. this comes from the national transportation safety board. the ntsb, the very serious folks who investigate airline crashes among other things and their advice is likely to carry a lot of weight. they've determined too many people are dying because of distracted driving and they want it outlawed. of course, here's what they're up against, the millions of us who drive distracted on occasion, especially those of us who think we're fine, it's the other drivers that present the greatest danger on the road. it's about to become a bigger issue than it already is. we begin tonight with
safe this holiday season. an early exit for penn state coach jerry sandusky. another twist in this case. >> temperatures will warm up in the middle of the week. that might bring some rain this way. >> the state had planned to restore it five years ago ahead of the other states. officials will follow the 2025 goal set by the restoration strategy. they have asked for more time after considering the cost of restoration efforts. input costs and more than $450 million. weeks after a deadly double shooting outside of and a rental mills mall. and security feature will spot trouble. this gives the officers there a bird's-eye view with the mobile tower of the exterior of the ball. the device raises 15 and a half feet in the air and gives them a 25 foot the point of the parking lot. >> this is another element that people are not accustomed to. something that is unique and will help not only the criminal element see this and go somewhere else but the customer see this and they feel safe about shopping at the shopping center. >> the new tower is the latest security upgrade to the mall. other upgrad
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, jerry sandusky. he was scheduled to face his accusers and a preliminary hearing. his attorney at a different plan. >> jerry sandusky arrived at court, ready to face the media and also his alleged accusers, who were set to give emotional and damaging testimony. just as the judge called a court into session, sandusky and his attorney made a surprise move, waving his right to a preliminary hearing. >> based on our readiness, the strength of the case, i am not that surprised. >> after court was over, defense attorney said that they thought sandusky would not have the chance to define himself and they would gain nothing new from the testimony. >> we would not been able -- we would not have been able to present any witnesses, we would not have been able to present a defense. >> 8 of the 10 alleged victims were expected to testify, along with other witnesses. the men were expected to provide detailed accounts of the sexual abuse allegations against sandusky that date back more than a decade. >> the waiver means that the victims in this case, although they were ready to testify today,
jerry and dusty, and another person -- jerry sandusky, and another man. a 29-year-old man says that sandusky abused him more than 100 times in the 1990's. he's >> used this job dissatisfied -- >> he used this child to satisfy his own sexual perversion. >> according to a grand jury report, he talked to him in the shower. >> he sat here with his mother and brother and said he was not a victim. he was not engaged in sexual acts with jerry. >> sandusky said he only "horsed around" with kids in the shower. he has hired a private investigator to prove his innocence. >> penn state is sending out an interesting letter -- "thank you for your interest in penn state. please continue considering joining." the attorney representing herman cain is demanding cell phone records from a woman who said she had a 13-year affair with him. another accuser, sharon bialek, is facing eviction from her home. he needs to discuss the new allegations face-to-face with his wife. covering the world this afternoon, a major discovery in china suggests the superpower may be hiding the truth about its nuclear ca
pelvis this weekend. meanwhile, the scandal continues to heat up as jerry sandusky prepares to face his accusers in court tomorrow. >> for penn state assistant football coach, jerry sandusky, now prepares the most important defensive game playing in his life. >> he's giving me a lot of bank ground and formation about circumstances. >> circumstances that the attorney suggests why the list of accusers has grown and why their stories are strikingly similar. >> is it possible all of them have reacted the same way to the abuse by staying in touch with jerry and maintaining contact with him? i find that strange. what it might smack of a some sort of collusion. >> the attorney for alleged victim number four responded to the idea of collusion saying "they are trying to raise any sort of doubt and throw up a smokescreen." smokescreen." there are also new your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >> demonstrators all along the west coast are working to shut down major ports today. this was a scene in november wh
>>> good morning. coward. jerry sandusky blasted by an attorney for one of his accusers for backing out of a hearing tied to his child sex abuse case. was it a sign he's hoping for a plea deal? this morning, jerry sandusky's attorney speaks out in a live interview. >>> total ban. a total federal agency push to goan all personal electronic devices behind the wheel nationwide. even hands-free phone calls would be off limits. will it make the road safer, or is the government going too far? >>> and who will it be? a lot of people have made their mark on the world in 2011. but only one can be named "time" magazine's person of the year. we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and ann curry. live, from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. good morning, everybody. is jerry sandusky's attorney is calling his
with jerry sandusky. >> these allegations are false. >> this weekend jerry sandusky is speaking out. >> i didn't do those things. >> facing 40 charges of child sexual abuse sat depoun for a wide-range -- down for a wide-ranging interview. part of that story what jerry sandusky said penn state knew about the allegations. he said curlie approached him with concerns that never went further. >> i know he didn't say anything to me. >> he was loyal to coach paterno and talks about being upset that he had been fired. >> another regret, how he answered this question from bob kostas in his only other interview since the accusations of abuse. >> are you swal sexually attracted to young boys? >> am i sexually attracted to under-aged boys? >> yes. >> sexually attracted? i'm thinking what in the world is this question. that's what i was trying to say. i enjoy spending time with people. >> since the charges and the controversy these days, jerry sandusky spends most of his sime time with his dog. jay gray, nbc news, state college pennsylvania. >> well, herman cain is out of the race for president. he to
. >> 6:08. 36 degrees on tv hill. the bill plans to take on groupon. >> lot from jerry sandusky -- fallout from jerry sandusky's decision.est >> the globetrotters are coming to town. >> most of the major roadways are ok. we do have some accidents to talk about, including on the talk about, including on the j.f.x. >> good morning. back with live view from the skycam. we're expecting temperatures that are better at this afternoon. a storm system is approaching. i am live at the ymca in druid hill. i am live with that globetrotter. this is number 14. the globetrotters are coming to town. good morning. >> good morning. i am happy to be here in baltimore. beautiful city. >> you always wanted to be a globetrotter. how does that feel? >> it feels great. i wanted to be harlem globetrotter since i was 6. i'm happy to be a role model. >> you guys are coming to town. you have two games, 7:00 p.m. we'll talk about how this year is different for this game. >> we have some amazing things. the harlem globetrotters have been away for 86 years. is your we have the world championships. there are
state administrators are in the pretrial hearing in the jerry sandusky sexual abuse allegations. tim curley and gary schultz are charged with lying to a grand jury investigators. >> penn state officials tim curley and gary schultz are arrived at court this morning in harrisburg, facing perjury charges connected to the jerry sandusky de child sex abuse case. the former penn state athletic director and vice president are accused of lying to the grand jury, telling them that assistant football coach mike mcqueary did not inform them he witnessed sandusky having sex with a boy in a locker room shower in 2002. prosecutors' first witness today, mcqueary who appeared calm on the stand as he described in graphic detail what he saw and heard in the locker room that day. he said he first heard noises coming from the shower, looked in the mirror, saw sandusky behind the boy but he went on to tell the court, "i believe jersey -- i believe jerry was molesting him." his testimony is being contradicted by another grand jury witness, a family friend who said that on the night of the alleged abuse, m
. >> anyway, we have a lot to get to this morning. we have a ver serious story about jerry sandusky who posted bail on those charges. in the meantime, his wife has been talking about defending her husband. we'll get do that coming in a live report. >>> also, we've going to have an update on lauren scruggs who we have been we've been talking about throughout the morning. she was the model who was badly injured when she got off a plane and walked into a propeller. she spoke and saw herself for the first time since the accident. you'll hear what she had to say. it's remarkable. she has a lot of perspective about this. >>> also ahead, if you think if you think you cannot afford to buy a house, you might be surprised as what you can get for less than $is 100,000 around the country. barbara parker will be here to show it to us. and holiday decorations, we all love them. they're so beautiful. but they can also be dangerous. we're going to get some good advice so we can enjoy our holiday decorations. >> oh, we put the lights on the tree yesterday. that was the dangerous part. >> we were just trying to
a lawsuit against former assistant coach jerry sandusky, his former charity and penn state university. is the first civil case and the child sex abuse scandal and outlines the latest disturbing allegations against sandusky. we get the latest from jay gray. >> fallout from the child sex abuse continued today with the first lawsuit filed in the case. >> it is against jerry sandusky. -- who abused him and violated his trust as a child for over 40 years. >> the man at the center of the civil suit is 29-years old now and is identified only as john doe. he is not one of the eight victims initially characterized in a grand jury report. he claims that sandusky assaulted him more than 100 times between the age of 10 and 14 and threatened to harm him and his family if he told anyone about the abuse. in his only broadcast interview about the scandal, sandusky told bob costas he has never abused a child. what are you denying you ever had any appropriate sexual contact with any of these boys? "yes, i am. >> but the man who filed suit today against sandusky into the charity he founded and penn stat
+ names for similar problems. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky is back behind bars. authorities arrested him today on new charges on alleged child sexual abuse. >> mr. sandusky, any comments? >> police let him away from his home in combat -- in handcuffs wednesday afternoon following new charges. the charges involve allegations by two new accusers who claimed sandusky abused them. in court documents, a grand jury accused the sandusky of assaulting one of the boys in the basement of his home. it says the victim claims "he screamed for help, knowing that sandusky's wife was upstairs, but no one can to help them." the former assistant coach had been free on bond following his initial arrest. according to a grand jury testimony, sandusky and that all the alleged victims to the second mile charity. sandusky has repeatedly said he is innocent of all charges. >> how would you take it if you were facing the kind of charges he is facing? he would be devastated. >> sandusky's lawyer says he expects him to be at the jail on bail sometime thursday. >> sandusky is expected
the allegations that he witnessed jerry sandusky having sex with a child. he said he first heard noises coming from the shower, then saw sandusky standing behind a boy with his hands around his waist. he testified that while he was not 100% certain, he believed sandusky was molesting the boy. his testimony is key for those facing perjury charges. prosecutors said they lied to the grand jury about what he told them. legal experts said his testimony today was convincing and damaging. >> did he describe something that was necessarily a sexual act? >> his testimony may be contradicted by a family friend that says on the night the alleged abuse occurred he said he only heard noises. he is also facing criticism he didn't do enough to stop the abuse. he said he met with head coach joe paterno and said he conveyed to him what he saw. he said he saw an older person fond ling a young person and identified the man as jerry sandusky. paterno said he would pass his concerns to the right people and testified he contacted curlie. also testifying today mcquerie's father. in harrisburg, michelle franzen, wbal-
at memorial hospital for sexual assault. >> photographic -- graphic testimony as the trial of jerry sandusky witnesses take the stand. >> for the first time mike mcqueary testified he said he saw jerry sandusky having sex with a child in the locker room in 2002. he said he first heard noises come from the shower, then saw sandusky standing behind a boy with his hands around his waist. he testified that while he was not 100% certain, he believes sandusky was molesting the boy. his testimony is key in the case. prioritization say tim curley and gary shults lied to the grand -- schultz lied to the grand jury about what mcqueary told them. >> did he describe something that was necessarily a sexual act? >> curley and schultz' lawyers claim they were not told about the sexual details. mcqueary's testimony may be contradicted by a family friend that says on the night the alleged abuse occurred mcqueary told them he only heard noises. he's facing criticism he did not do enough to stop the abuse. he said he was distraught and turned to his father for advice but did not go to police. instead he met wi
winless. >> jerry sandusky back behind bars this morning. >> this is 95 at the tydings bridge. taking time to check out the frost that might be under car. it wasn't on mine. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. the major roadways are looking pretty good. we do have a couple of things happening in terms of accidents. word of a pedestrian-involved accident. also avoid northern parkway at the alameda. north side in good shape. no problems of the entire beltway. we have wind warnings in effect as you cross the key bridge. something to keep in mind. this is 95 at the tydings memorial bridge. southbound traffic and the construction is in place in the right lane. keep that in mind. 29 at broken land parkway looks pretty good. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. good morning. >> metro subway eastbound running about 15 minutes late. light rail is on schedule. a diversio
. >> that interview was released on saturday. one day later, a response to the claim. what else jerry sandusky has to say. >> it appears the fog is impacting your morning rush. two accidents -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are those great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a superhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. for is an issue this morning. queen anne's county schools will be opening 90 minutes late this morning because of the fog. >> quarter mile visibility in some spots. you will run through those patches where the visibility almost closed down to zero. it will turn out
synonymous with this unfolding sex scandal and the former defensive coordinator jerry sandusky. the testimony is key to the case against two former penn state officials, senior v.p. gary schultz and athletic director tim curley who denied charges they lied to authorities. again tonight fair warning, this is tough material. the whole case has been that way from the start. we begin tonight with our national investigative correspondent michael isikoff from state college, pennsylvania. >> reporter: once the starting penn state quarterback, now a star witness for the government, mike mcqueary took the witness stand today and graphically described seeing a naked jerry sandusky engaged in what he called extreme sexual activity with a young boy. "the boy was up against the wall" mcqueary testified. "jerry was directly behind him in a very, very close position. i believe jerry was sexually molesting him." mcqueary slammed his locker door shut causing them to separate and directly look him in the eye. athletic director tim curley and senior vice president gary schultz, both charged with lying about wha
at penn state. we'll hear from disgraced football coach jerry sandusky who in a lengthy interview talks about his contact with young boys. >> i'm rob roblin, looking for names for a new park. that story coming up. >> and a pleasant wrap-up for the weekend. but the workweek could get a little rocky. we'll teel >> good morning. we'll start you off with a live view from the skycam. 41 at the inner harbor. you can see it is still dark. we have city lights twinkling. mostly clear skies. the sun will be coming up at 7:10 this morning. right now the winds are mostly calm. so although the temperatures are all pretty chilly, i don't think it will feel as bad because you don't have the windchill in place. take a look at these temperatures across the states. 27 currently in frederick. as we step outside this morning, jackets are definitely a necessity, and you may have to scrape frost off your windshield. sunshine and a few high clouds passing by. high pressure system has brought us quiet weather yesterday. it still is the case as we go into the second half of your weekend. heavy rain falling in n
detail what he says was jerry sandusky sexually molesting a boy in a shower in 2002. now two top officials at the university will face trial for lie to go a grand jury about the allegations. >>> hazing homicide. autopsy shows that a drum major at florida a&m university died of blunt force trauma. now his parents are demanding justice and suing the university. >>> and super saturday. it's the last full weekend before christmas and retailers are pulling out all the stops hoping to cash in by luring you in with great details today, hoping to cash in by luring you in with great details today, saturday, december 17th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm amy robach. lester, did i hear you say you're just now going to start shopping? >> i'm thinking about it. they keep hitting us with black friday and super monday and what is this? >> super saturday. >> i'm waiting for procrastinator's saturday. >> that's christmas eve. >> oh, that's what they call it. that will be my big da
penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky will face some of his accusers for the first time in court on tuesday. jay gray joins us with a preview. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jenna. you talk about an exfootball coach, jerry sandusky. his attorney tell itting me he's taking an active role in game planning for his first hearing on tuesday for a difficult and very pivotal week for the former nittany lion defensive coordinator. mr. sandusky, any comments? strapped with an electronic monitoring band, he appears for his first day in court, on at least 50 charges in the child sexual assault case. >> this will be a one-sided proceeding, a proceeding where the commonwealth will call witnesses who are going to say all of these horrific things happen. >> this is the first time sandusky has seen some of his accusers face to face since their horrific allegations of abuse went public. >> he's looking forward to it in a sense to see what these young men say in a court of law, under oath. while we're there with the ability to cross-examine them. >> reporter: sandusky repeatedly s
very much. now here is jenna. >> one day after jerry sandusky's interview with "the new york times" is released, accusers are expressing outrage over the denial of wrongdoing. we turn to national investigative reporter michael isikoff. >> reporter: the public interview has angered some at penn state and reopened still painful wounds for alleged victims. accused child molester jerry sandusky tries to salvage his reputation -- >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: many here at penn state wish he would stop talking. >> his lawyer probably should have put duct tape on his mouth to keep it shut. >> reporter: reaction to the four-hour interview with "the new york times" was mostly hostile in this town rocked by the scandal. the university has seen its president and legendary football coach joe paterno fired and its reputation stained. >> it definitely brings a lot of heart break to our university. it's a lot -- >> i feel everyone in the community is disgusted with it. hopefully justice will be brought to all of the people who were harmed. >>
with the breaking news they just mentioned. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky waiving his right to a preliminary hearing. it now clears the way for him to go to trial on charges of him sexually abusing young boys. sandusky spoke briefly outside of the courthouse after the decision. >> to stay the course to fight. we await the opportunity to present our side, and we couldn't do that today. >> for more on this story, i want to turn to nbc's national investigative correspondent michael isikoff, who was in the courtroom. michael, this is a surprise decision, wasn't it? >> reporter: quite a surprise, natalie. you know, as recently as last night, joe amendola, sandusky's defense lawyer, was assuring reporters he was going to go ahead with this hearing. he had been giving every indication in recent days he was preparing for his defense, preparing to question these witnesses who were going to testify, try and poke holes in their story, and then no sooner did the proceeding begin this morning, judge robert scott asks if anybody has anything to say. joe amendola pops up, there's a s
pollard qualifies it as must see tv. jerry sandusky is your tour guide for the show -- gerry sandusky is your tour guide for the show. a six year veteran is facing federal charges. the amount of drugs that have allegedly moved to the chicago area is staggering. five-to-10 tell it -- kilograms of cocaine and a pound of marijuana. . $25,000 per kilo. this is a legend major trafficking. also, the authorities have a list of nfl players whom he supplied with drugs. this is a story that will likely leave a lasting mark across the league. >> no kidding. >> that is disturbing. he designed a $5 million contract. the what in the world is he doing, allegedly? >> bubp next, a look at the forecast. m ba llral,was m ba unl llral,was vet.veou >> coming in tonight, the accident in park bill that claimed the life of a 15-year- old boy. plus, a new provision concerning same-sex couples and how those married in other states could also >> just a little bit of snow going to make its way. >> the mountains are going to get some. in the 40's for the next few days. >> thanks for joining us. [captioning made p
the mass shootinglies there. we will tell you why. hear what former penn state coach jerry sandusky has to say about how his life has changed since the sexual abuse at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >> it has been more than four years since the mass shooting at virginia tech left more than 33 people dead, and now the federal government is fining the school $55,000 for not alerting the campus fast enough. the education department says virginia tech violated a federal law when there are safety threats. virginia tech said they acted appropriately and will appeal the case on wednesday. the former penn state coach charged with abusing eight boys said prosecutors misunderstood his work with children and that he never sexually abused any child. he gave a lengthy interview with the "new york times." sandusky is accused of using his second mile charity to find underprivileged boys to abuse. he said i had kid after kid after kid who might say i was a father figure and they
to check out the fabulous things found here. >> who has more fun than donna? a conversation with jerry sandusky -- gerry sandusky's coming up in sports. >> the forecast for the first >> in tonight's project economy report, we now know how much money the baltimore running festival pumped into the economy. we are told it generated $34.5 million for the city and state. and attendance is up by 15% for the ninth consecutive year. in comparison, the annual grand prix brought in $25 million from patrons. beautiful songs of the season as the annual mid entry collection got under way. it is an effort to keep children warm this winter. if you can, you are urged to stop by the municipal building and decorate the tree with middens, hats and scarves and gloves. it runs through december 14. tonight, a monumental occasion, the lighting of the washington monument. >> the holiday season is here. >> i'm getting hungry. you cannot believe all the fabulous food that is here. jahant burgers -- chow hound burgers and polack johnny's next door. is this a crepe? >> yes. that talent and sugar, lemon and suga
@wbaltv.com. >> 6:09. 27 degrees on tv hill. some good news for job-seekers. >> jerry sandusky faces some of his accusers in court today. >> with things do come to those who wait, especially when it comes to free shipping. >> ava marie live at the inner harbor outside the power plant, running an incredibly holiday show. show. it is a must-hi. welcome to car. hi. i was on carmax dot com and i think i found the one. great car. and i think, it's right over there... (sighes)... finding your perfect car is easy at carmax because we carry only the highest quality used vehicles. and at carmax dot com, you can choose from nearly 30 thousand cars with most available for transfer to the store nearest you. so come find the one for you today... at carmax. busy day! yes it is! >> good morning. we're giving you a live view downtown of the skycam. 37 degrees downtown. that is not far from where i am. i am live outside the power plant. we're getting a sneak peek of the beautifully light show they have running to the holiday season. it runs through new year's eve. i have one of the engineers who helped develop t
. >> the latest on the jerry sandusky trial from michelle franzen in pennsylvania. >> for the first time, testimony about jerry sandusky having sex with a boy in the shower in 2002 by mcqueary. he testified while he was not 100% certain, he believed sandusky was molesting the boy. his testimony is key. prosecutors say tim curley and gary schultz lied to the grand jury about what mcqueary told them. legal experts say his testimony was convincing and damaging. >> the ofpble question is what described to curley shults. >> he maintained their clients were not told about the sexual detail. mcqueary's testimony may be refuted by a family friend of curley's. mcqueary said he was distraught but did not go to police and turned to his father for advice. he said he conveyed to paterno what he saw. in a written statement mcqueary said he saw an older person fond ling a younger person. paterno testified that he contacted curley. also testifying today mcqueary's family and police officials. in harrisburg, pennsylvania, michelle franzen, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the time is 6:10. are you shocked at the soar
the fire under control, but nobody was hurt. >> today jerry sandusky will confront six accusers. we have a preview of today's preliminary hearing. >> jerry sandusky faces more than 50 counts of child sexual abuse. this morning prosecutors are expected to begin the hearings with the strongest witness. the man identified as victim sandusky forced himco to have sex. some of other victims are also expected to testify at as the government tries to build its case. >> it will preview the trial and see how they hold up under cross examination, which will in some way preview how likely the prosecution is to make a favorable plea bargain in this case. >> sandusky has remained under house arrest, preparing for his defense. his lawyer said his client is innocent. >> it seems all these young men are following a similar pattern. >> there could be questions surrounding the credibility of mike mcqueary. said he witnessed sandusky abusing a boy in 2002. nbc news has confirmed a report that another grand jury witness and a family friend testified when the talk to mcqueary that heard sexght, he sounds in t
revealing interview about his contact with young boys, an interview with jerry sandusky. >> reporter: jerry sandusky again denied charges that he sexually molested children. but has he also given prosecutors frash ammunition that he can use against him? >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know what to say. >> reporter: the former penn state defensive coordinator spoke for nearly four hours to the "new york times," his most detailed conversation yet of the conduct that had led prosecutors to file 40 criminal charges against him for allegedly abusing eight children over 13 years. sandusky provided his version of the crucial moment when penn state's then athletic director, tim curley, confronted him about a 2002 allegation involving a 10-year-old boy in the shower in the school's locker room. >> he was coming to me with a concern because -- and i guess in his words, somebody had talked to him about an inappropriate behavior in the shower. i told him that it didn't happen, and there wasn't -- in my mind there wasn't inappropriate behavior. >> reporter: sandusky sai
of this weekend. the investigations continue. jay gray has the latest. >> jerry sandusky now prepares the most extensive game plan of his life. a consensus that the attorney general suggest a list of accusers has grown and weather stories are similar. >> is a possible default reacted the same white by staying in touch with jerry? i find that kind of strange. i find that some kind of collusion. >> "they are trying to raise any kind of doubt." there are questions about a key witness in the case. he says he told investigators he witnessed jerry sandusky sexually abused a young boy. in a report, a source indicates the family friend told the grand jury he asked him three times if he sought anything sexual and three times he said no. he is expected to testify in tuesday's preliminary hearing. jay gray, wbal-tv 11 news. >> an uproar after mid run it tries to bet -- after mitt romney tries to bet newt gingrich. ney wrote aboutn him in his book. >> after the debate was over, she came up and give me a kiss and said i was great. said betting is not something i do well. >> you can keep track on our politi
of rounds in a b arrage that lasted 90 minutes. jerry sandusky is back behind bars this morning after police arrested him on new charges of child sex abuse. this came after two new accusers came forward and said sandusky molested them. he is expected to post bond later today of $250,000. >> you can have your hair murder your way and you connect your drink your way -- you could have your hamburger your way. burger king will install drink machines featuring 100 flavors and a touch screen menu. i didn't know there were 100 different flavors of soda. some stores are shutting down. how about a tablet about $99? jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> another flash of fire sale on pad.ay for hp's touch it will go on sale this sunday. you can get it for $99. you need take paypal account and they are refurbished. higher commodity -- they have increased membership fees. the financial picture of a pacific somewhere is looking cloudy. they are closing to hundred underperforming stores -- 200. a big summit in europe with policymakers gathering to well come up with an answer to their debt crisis.
-old mysterious disappearance of the district attorney who first investigated jerry sandusky. >>> and what a year. we'll look back at all the big moments and fun times we've had in 2011 "today," friday, december 16th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. happy friday, everybody. this debate in sioux city was the last before the iowa caucuses, january 3rd. >> while newt gingrich did face some criticism, surprisingly, none of it came from mitt romney. he saved his harshest words for president obama. we'll have much more on the debate and where the republican race stands right now, straight ahead. >>> an encouraging sign for one of the smallest babies ever born, delivered at 24 weeks and weighed 9.5 ounces and doctors gave her a 1% chance of surviving. now four months later doctors have wonderful news for this family. we'll talk to the parents coming up in just a few moments. >>> and we're going to be hearing a lot from how warde stern on the new season of "mark's got talent." the outspo
>>> good morning. breaking news. jerry sandusky speaks out. >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. >> in a four-hour interview with the "new york times," the man accused of sexually abusing eight boys describes in his own words what happened and the real reason he said he retired from penn state. >>> in or out, embattled republican presidential candidate is expected to make a major announcement today about the future of his campaign. will he call it quits in the wake of an alleged extra marital affair? >>> and safe and sound, the son of singer mindy mccready is taken into custody by u.s. marshals who found him hiding in a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. today is december 3rd, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm tamron hall filling in for amy who is off today. jerry sandusky is breaking his silence and claiming the sexual allegations against him are false. >> sandusky told the "new york times" t
move, it was last minute, jerry sandusky, former penn state assistant coach charged with molesting ten boys, waived his right to a preliminary hearing. prosecutors were prepared to call 11 witnesses. many alleged victims. >>> in the belgian city, a gunman sprayed bullets at christmas shoppers and hurled a grenade at a bus stop, killing four people before taking his own life. more than 120 were wounded. >>> donald trumpb has canceled plans to moderate a republican presidential debate in iowa, one in which only two can candidates agreed to pay part. trump says he wants to maintain the option of of running for president himself. >>> and a new analysis of census data finds a record low number of adult americans are currently married. just 51%, down from 57% in 2000. the median age when people first marry is now at an all-time high, 26 for women and 28 for men. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow opens at 11,954 after falling 66 points yesterday. the s&p dipped 10 points. the nasdaq lost 32. taking a look at oversaes trading this morning n toky
civil lawsuit against former football coach jerry sandusky, his charity and the university. in the suit the 29-year-old claims sandusky sexually abused him more than 100 times over the course of four years. and threatened to harm his family if he told anyone. he says he chose to come forward now because of the bravery of other victims and the pain he feels about those who may have been abused after him. sandusky has admitted to showering with boys but denying he is a pedophile. >>> now, here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. california federal agents have derailed what's being called the most sophisticated underground drug trafficking tunnel ever discovered. equipped with electricity and ventilation it stretched six football fields from san diego to tijuana, mexico. the major bust netted 32 tons of marijuana. one of the largest seizures in u.s. history. >>> a thanksgiving fishing trip off the coast of north carolina looks more like a scene from the movie "jaws." a group of friend had a close encounter with one great white shark that was way too close for
, washington. >>> elsewhere, about 100 miles from the penn state campus, jerry sandusky will come face to face with several of the men accusing him of sexually abusing them when they were just boys. the former penn state assistant football coach will be in the courtroom at today's preliminary hearing when at least half of his ten accusers will try to convince a judge that there's enough evidence to take their case to trial. sandusky is charged with 50 counts of sexual child abuse and has been under house arrest since last week. >>> here is a look at other stories making news early in america. christmas display sparked outrage and challenged tolerance and provoked acts of vandalism. a skeleton of st. nick hanging from a crucifix, one of ten holiday displays approved to stand outside a courthouse, was ripped down several times before it was finally removed. although the skeleton santa is gone for now, it touched off a lively debate on freedom of speech there. >>> killer whales in california put a spectacular show on for tourists. whale watchers got up close and personal with the massive animals.
headlines this morning. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky was released on $250,000 bail thursday after spending a night in jail on new sexual abuse charges. in a statement sandusky's wife defended her husband saying the accusers are making up their story. >>> a new government study says texting while driving continues to grow at an alarming rate. about half of american drives between 21 and 24 say they've typed messages or e-mailed while driving with many believing it's dangerous but only when others do it. >>> nasa's inspector general says the space agency has lost or misplaced more than 500 pieces of lunar rocks and other space samples since 1970. the report says nasa needs to keep better track of what it loans to researchers and museums. >>> a culinary crisis is spreading in norway after the popularity of a fat, rich diet fad has eaten up the country's stockpiles of butter. we're serious. bad weather and poor harvest are also being blamed. butter is sold on norway's top auction website for roughly four times the normal asking price. just bizarre. >>> and seve
with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> the lawyer defending retired penn state coach jerry sandusky not flinching away from public opinion. the state college lawyer has let his client confront the charges as the national spotlight descends on happy valley, which legal experts say is risky. he is telling the associated press he has a well thought out strategy. it presents an opportunity -- sandusky will be meeting with lawyers from the weekend. tuesday will mark the first time since the allegations were made public that the former coach will see his accusers face to face. we have continuing coverage of the scandal on our website. the latest on the accusations and all the late breaking details just ahead. volunteers of honored veterans buried at arlington national cemetery airline tens of thousands of holiday wreaths. truckloads of decorations are arrived at arlington this morning, part of a nationwide tradition that got started 20 years ago. at that point, 5000 wreaths were gathered. this year, 90,000. >> it is important for everybody to be recognized. >> it is a nice time for everyo
today's hearing in the sex abuse case against former penn state football coach, jerry sandusky? >> and a man finds himself in a sooty situation, how he ended up stuck inside a chimney. that's coming up. >> here's a live look at traffic, 95 north of the tydings bridge. >> welcome back. it's 10 minutes after 5:00. it's at degrees downtown, but it's going to turn colder as we head into the afternoon. take a heavier jacket with you, even though it's nice and mild right now. we got a cold front going through. that's going to drop the temperatures. winds are picking up as well, gusting close to 25 or 30 miles per hour. you see how the temperatures drop off on the left-hand side of your screen. it's 43 in hagerstown, so that's going to come into baltimore. variable clouds today, temperatures falling. it's going to be breezy, but temperatures will fall from the upper 50's right now into the 40's later this morning and this afternoon. when we come back, we'll check the forecast for the rest of the weekend. >> all right, tony. covering the nation -- two former penn state university admin
>>> good morning. face to face. former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky headed to court this morning to hear his accusers lay out their claims of sexual abuse. what will they say? how will he react? and could sandusky himself take the stand? we're live at the courthouse. >>> on the attack. gop front-runners newt gingrich and mitt romney take the gloves off with the iowa caucuses exactly three weeks away, while gingrich agrees to a pledge vowing fidelity to his third wife. >>> and fountain of youth. would you like to live for hundreds, even thousands of years? remarkable, new breakthrough that could be on the horizon today, tuesday, december 13th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome today on this tuesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> and i'm matt lauer. a lot of eyes are going to be on that pennsylvania courtroom today. we're expecting testimony that is emotional and very graphic. >> that's right. this is going to be the first time the public and jerry sandusky will hear direct testimony from the alleged victims themselves. ten, as we all know
>>> good morning. behind bars. jerry sandusky waking up in jail this morning after two new alleged victims claim they were molested by the penn state coach, one telling police he screamed for help knowing sandusky's wife was at home at the time. >>> break in the case. police find the cell phone of missing florida mom michelle parker. will the discovery help unravel her mysterious, three-week-old disappearance? >>> backing down. alec baldwin issues an apology and shuts down his twitter account in the wake of getting kicked off a flight in los angeles but it hasn't stopped the war of words between the actor and american airlines today, thursday, december 8th, actor and american airlines today, thursday, december 8th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to today. >> jerry sandusky's attorney says his client hopes to post a $250,000 cash bond today following the arrest on new charges of child sexual abuse. >> that's right, matt. the newest alleged victims to come forward, two young men who claim they were abused starting when they were just 10 and 12 years o
, who is holding his prisoner? >>> shocked and dismayed job jerry sandusky's wife opens up for the first time since her husband is charged with month lefting young boys and she takes on the victims, saying their claims are made up. >>> and encouraging signs of a young model after she walks into a plane's propeller. you might be surprised by what she said when she saw her favorite for the first time since the accident. today is friday, december 9th, since the accident. today is friday, december 9th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome today on this fri morning. i'm ann curry. >> and i'm david gregory. this hostage video was just 54 seconds long and along with some photographs, it was sent to the family of robert levinson about a year ago now. >> but it was not released until this morning because authorities feared if made public it would hurt their efforts to bring levinson home. >>> sad news for the dugger family. after announcing they were expecting their 20th child, michelle dugger has now suffered a miscarriage. we'll talk about the decision do have ano
assistant football coach jerry sandusky is preparing to put his life on the line in a court of law. this morning, sandusky's attorney said his client maintenance he is innocent of child molestation charges and will not accept a plea deal. i spoke to an attorney for one of the alleged victims earlier this morning, and he said he is outraged some people think the accusers are looking for a pay-out. >> you know, if you gave my client the option, you could have a blank check and throw in as many zeros as you want, or you can take back what happened to you with mr. sandusky, every single time he has gone and requested to take back what happened with mr. sandusky. >> two other penn state officials charged in connection with an alleged cover-up face a pretrial hearing on friday. >>> two former ball boys for the syracuse university basketball team have filed a lawsuit against the school and the team's coach for defamation. the step brothers and another man say they were molested as children by former assistant coach bernie fine who was later fired. but when the allegations first came to li
serious story. jerry sandusky the former penn state university football coach is in jail this morning waking up after two new alleged victims have come forward claiming that they were sexually abused by him between the ages of 10 and 12. we'll have much more on what is the story that continues to develop. >> and then in a later note, today's professionals are here. >> oh, boy. >> they will be weighing in on everything from the alec baldwin airline incident to, you know, kicked off a plane for allegedly playing his ipad. the attendant told him to turn it off. what's the correct airplane etiquette? and, donny and nancy and star want to know, are you a bathroom talker? >> what? >> is it ever okay to make or take calls in the stall? wow. >> okay. you guys, okay. have you ever done it? >> no. >> no. >> oh, come on. never? >> i guess you have. >> you've never taken -- your phone has gone off, your child is calling, you're in the stall, you don't answer the phone? >> i've skyped in there. >> also coming up -- >> wow. the mind boggles. >>> also coming up we'll talk about some of the trickiest
corporate >> jerry sandusky is preparing to face his accusers of the court tomorrow. the victims, now adults, are expected to testify over allegations sandusky sexually abused them when they were children. >> on the eve of his first hearing on more than 50 charges of child sexual abuse, we are getting a better idea of the defense strategy. >> it seems that all of these now young men are following a similar pattern. >> the attorney is suggesting the alleged victims may be working together and toward a high dollars civil suit. >> especially when you are being told by people in some cases involving a least one of the accusers that it is all they are talking about, what they're going to do with all the money they're going to get. >> the lawyer for one of the students dismissed the allegations. >> this is ridiculous. >> several alleged victims are expected to testify, but there's questions about whether one key witness will speak at what he might say. assistant coach, mike mcqueary, said he saw sandusky assault a young boy on campus in 2002. but a report was confirmed this weekend that another wi
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